Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Typographic Trees

In 2009, Gordon Young created a series of oak columns, which stretched from floor to ceiling like supporting pillars. These were installed at the Crawley Library designed by architects Penoyre and Prasard. Gordon collaborated with typographers Why Not Associates to design and construct the columns. Each of the 14 designed oak columns touch upon the various subjects from the gothic to the romantic, placed in relevant places within the library premises.

Artist: Gordon Young

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